New research suggests that exposure to culture products like books and movies is an underlying mechanism for this relationship between personality and political orientation.
Author Eric W. Dolan
Climbing the economic ladder can influence basic psychological processes within an individual.
Racial stereotypes influence how people view members of Congress, according to research published in American Politics Research.
Research published in the September issue of Political Research Quarterly has found partisan media affects attitudes toward presidential candidates.
Research published 17 July in Frontiers in Neuroanatomy revealed the brain regions damaged by ketamine addiction.
Research published August 1 in Social Psychological and Personality Science shows individuals who move between two groups in direct competition, ingratiate themselves with aggressive acts against their former teammates.
Narcissistic individuals are viewed as sexy thanks to their physical attractiveness and social boldness, research published in the July issue of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin has found.
New research casts doubt on the claim that merely thinking about religious and moral concepts promotes higher levels of self-control.
Oral sex has accompanied humanity for quite a long time, as evidenced by paleolithic cave paintings. But was the sexual practice tailored by evolution for a greater reproductive purpose than mere pleasure?
New research suggests that understanding the emotional state of others is something that can be learned and practiced.
New research on cultural evolution indicates that conformism tends to hinder cooperation among individuals rather than enhance it.
Joining a choir can improve the quality of life for people suffering from chronic mental illness, according to research published in the July issue of Psychology of Music.
New research published in PLoS One suggests that racial concerns do play a role in support for tea party groups.
When our understanding of cause-and-effect is contradicted by what we actually see, sometimes our understand overrules our perception.